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With the focus on SARS becoming more efficient and as tax compliance is becoming ever more important make sure that you have the peace of mind knowing that your tax affairs are in order.

Tax deadlines always seem to come around a lot quicker than we think so avoid having to constantly worry about meeting these deadlines by letting us handle this for you.

Whether you are a normal or a provisional taxpayer we offer an end to end solution so you can focus on other life issues than tax compliance.

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Personal Tax Services

The tax regulations and provisions are forever changing which requires taxpayers to keep abreast of the latest requirements. We take care of all your tax requirements by offering the following:

  • Income tax registrations
  • Registration on SARS E-filing
  • Provisional tax returns
  • Annual tax returns
  • Tax Clearance Certificates
  • Dealing with tax audits, objections and appeals
  • Tax directives
  • Verification documents

Tax Dates 2020/2021

1 July 2020

Tax Season Opens

31 October 2020

Branch filing Closes

4 December 2020

Non-provisional taxpayers eFiling Closes

31 January 2021

Provisional taxpayers eFiling Closes

Do I have to submit a tax return?

This is not as straightforward as people would like to believe. Read the below article to learn more!

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What is a provisional taxpayer

This can be a person or a company. Read the article below to see if this affects you!

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Other Frequently Asked Questions

What interest is exempt from tax?

Interest from a South African source, earned by any natural person under 65 years of age, up to R23 800 per annum, and persons 65 and older, up to R34 500 per annum, is exempt from income tax

What are medical scheme credits(MSTs) and how do they work?

If you belong to a medical aid the principal member is entitled to tax credits depending on the number of dependents on the medical aid. These are calculated per month. The tax credits are deducted from any income tax due.

Do I need to record the daily odometer readings?

No, SARS does not require the daily odometer readings for opening and closing kilometres. You do need to record the opening and closing kilometres for the year of assessment.

When will a non-resident be required to submit a tax return?

Non-residents are taxed on income received or accrued from a South African source (such as annuities which accrue to a person as a result of services rendered in SA, rental income from property in SA or interest income from a local bank, etc.)

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